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As a senior engineer with Intel, Dan designed and presented highly technical demonstrations on stage with Intel Chairman Andy Grove at events worldwide. He took a comedy class to get over his fear of public speaking, and he left Intel to pursue his dream.
Dan has performed all over the US and in 21 countries. He has toured with Robert Schimmel and Russell Peters.
He performed at India’s first ever TED conference, and has performed for president Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Michael Bloomberg and Steve Wozniak, among others. Dan has been seen on “Last Coming Standing,” in Apple’s “Get a Mac” commercials and in the feature films “The Last Airbender” and “The Hoax”.
Dan was recently profiled in the New York Times, and is an author with a book available on Amazon.
After 20+ years in California, this New York City native is finally learning to speak English. Jeff’s comedy examines his particular life experiences, which include being the only white kid on his Little League team in Queens, having a Chinese wife who orders from take-out menus in fluent Mandarin, and raising a teen son who calls himself “Jewnese,” because he says it sounds better than “Chine-ish.”
Jeff recently made his national U.S. TV debut on CBS as a comedian on the "Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson." He has also appeared on on Comedy.TV
, Byron Allen’s nationally syndicated Entertainment Studios program, ABC-TV, and opened for and performed with comic legends Robert Klein, Richard Lewis, Robin Williams, Kevin Pollak, Jake Johannsen, and more. He's also a frequent guest on KGO Radio, AM810.
Jeff was cast by Sandy Hackett, the late Buddy Hackett's son, to play the principal role of Joey Bishop in the long-running musical tribute "The Rat Pack Is Back," in San Francisco, Chicago, Manchester, NH, and Las Vegas. Jeff is also credited and appears in the blockbuster film “The Pursuit of Happyness,” starring Will Smith.
Prior to comedy, Jeff worked as an engineer, using his two degrees from MIT. Along with performing, he is currently developing the Comedy Channel for Aha Radio, and lives with his wife and three children in Silicon Valley, California. Learn more athttp://www.jeffapplebaum.com
Sean has worked in the entertainment industry for over 30 years as stand-up comic, actor and voice-over talent
with notables such as Jay Leno, Dennis Miller, Dana Carvey and Howie Mandel. A working actor in numerous
made for TV movies for NBC and CBS along with a series of feature films with Dustin Hoffman, John Travolta ,
Alan Alda, Ted Danson and Whoopi Goldberg.
(Computer Animation & Voice)
Sean has been directly involved as writer and voice talent for radio and television commercials and the video
game industry with Sony, Nintendo, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment video game divisions along with
computer animation and as voice talent.
Mr. O’Kane brought to life the 3rd only computer animated virtual character as voice talent with this character
performing at the 1996 Emmy Awards. Sean was the voice actor of a fictional interactive news character, created
from his facial characteristics named "Brash Landau." This animated character threw his hat in the ring on March
of 2000 and ran for VP- Virtual President of the United States. Sean O’Kane as “Brash Landau” attended the
Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles and was interviewed in character extensively by local and national
media outlets with an exclusive on Fox News.
Sean is the winner of 3 film and video awards for Acting and Voice talent.
Dhaya is a stand-up comic, storyteller, and TV host. She is a favorite at corporate events as well as festivals like the Bridgetown Comedy Festival (2013), SF Sketchfest (2013, 2012), the Boston Comedy Festival (2012 semifinalist), and the Women in Comedy Festival (2013).
She is the Grand Prize Winner of Comedy Central Asia’s “Ultimate Comedy Challenge” (2013). She was also the Grand Prize Winner of On24′s virtual comedy competition. She is a frequent storyteller on NPR’s “Snap Judgment,” has appeared on PBS’s KQED, and hosted the Emmy-award winning television series “High School Quiz Show” on PBS’s WGBH.